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NASA, Google use neural network to find new planets
'First known eight-planet system outside our own'.
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IBM cluster to replace custom hardware.
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Pawsey Centre to get petascale Cray machine
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CSIRO collaboration forms 'giant' trans-Tasman telescope.
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35 more identical telescopes expected by 2013.
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Telescope network to crunch an exabyte of data a day
SKA-Jr will collect more data in six hours than all radio astronomy combined.
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West Oz spends $80m on supercomputer
Strengthens bid for radio telescope project.
Aug 27 2009 3:32PM
Kiwis join Aussie radio telescope bid
Supercomputing and high-tech sectors could benefit.
Aug 21 2009 12:18PM
Australia puts $88m into space
Funds telescope construction and Mount Stromlo refit.
Jul 22 2009 10:12AM
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Researchers have transmitted astronomy data from the east to west coast of Australia at high-speed but will need to achieve a “several hundred” factor improvement in speed to win a major astronomy deal.
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Aussie telescopes join global networked space imaging project
Australian researchers will join their counterparts from 13 countries to demonstrate a way of generating cosmic radio images up to 100 times clearer than is possible from the best optical telescopes.
Jan 15 2009 2:42PM
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NASA is reporting that computer problems on the Hubble orbital telescope have worsened, complicating the mission planned to repair it.
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May 10 2008 12:20PM
Astronomers focus on EU-sized telescope
Four of Europe's biggest radio astronomy facilities are to be connected using high-bandwidth point-to-point circuits through the European Union's Express Production Real-time eVLBI Service (EXPReS) project.
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Nasa telescope to view the Big Bang
World's most powerful telescope nears completion.
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Google reaches for the stars with super telescope
Large Synoptic Survey Telescope project scheduled to go live in 2013.
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